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Chapter Information

Care to Learn - Wright City was established in 2016 as the 28th Care to Learn Chapter. It currently serves students in partnership with the Wright City R-II School District.

In addition to providing health, hunger, and hygiene needs, the Chapter provides a backpack program for students.

The Wright City Chapter also partners with several organizations in the community to raise funds for students in need, including an annual trivia night.

An adult placing a toothbrush in a student's backpack.

Key Facts

Care to Learn - Wright City

  • $54,958.03 = Total Amount Spent to Meet Students’ Needs
  • 10,911 = Total Number of Student Needs Met
  • $5.04 = Average Cost to Meet A Student’s Need

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Chapter Leadership

An elementary school classroom viewed from the back of the class with a teacher up front and children raising their hands

Meeting the Need

Care to Learn - Wright City works with the Wright City R-II School District to fill these health, hunger, and hygiene needs for students:

Doctor appointments
Dental care
Eye exam and glasses
Hearing services/equipment
Mental health services
Pest control services
Prescription assistance


Weekend food bags (PK – 6th)
Food pantry (7th – 12th)
Classroom snacks
Grocery vouchers


Clothing/Shoe voucher
Feminine products
Lice treatments
Laundry detergent
Laundry vouchers
Household cleaning supplies

close up of students shoes

Make a Gift

You can help make a difference today—every gift counts. See how you can support our mission and help kids in your area, and across the state, be successful in school.

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